Marghanita Laski was born in Manchester, England, to a prominent family of Jewish intellectuals (Neville Laski was her father, Moses Gaster her grandfather, and Harold Laski her uncle). She was educated at Lady Barn House School in Manchester and St Paul's Girls' School in Hammersmith, worked in fashion, then studied English at Somerville College, Oxford, where she was a close friend of Inez Pearn, who was later to become a novelist and marry Stephen Spender and subsequently, after a divorce, Charles Madge.
But the best thing is how great the plugin sounds as it is and the last thing I want to do is change it or change any of it's attributes. If you like and use the eq and feel you've successfully achieved a great sound, I'm sure you'll agree that the Neve preamp plug-in delivers a signature sound that's outstanding. Try it yourself and see, it's free, great and most importantly, accurate!
It is important to note that you should not think of the Neve Preamp plug-in as an EQ or an Augmented reality. It is a reproduction plug-in that closely replicates the behavior you experience when using the original unit.
The best way I can think of showing what it is capable of is to take an existing production and play it through the plug-in and then the original unit. In this way, you can hear what the EQ section is doing to the overall mix and while adjusting the EQ curve. Also, you can hear what it is doing to just the EQ section without affecting the overall mix. d2c66b5586